European Research Studies

European Research Studies publishes articles on the economic and financial sectors in Europe.

Articles from Vol. 18, No. 1, January

Cultural and Socio-Economic Restrictions for the Adoption of the IESBA Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants in the European Countries
1. Introduction The globalization of the economy requires reliable financial reporting, which reinforces the importance of the accounting profession to guarantee the correct functioning and stability of the financial system. The complexity of international...
Factoring Services in the Czech Republic
1. Introduction The goal of this paper is to present the development and the current situation of factoring services in the Czech Republic during the period of 2007-2014. The theoretical analysis includes the definition of factoring services" and...
Government Control over Innovative Ventures in the West European Countries
1. Introduction Innovative ventures is the basis for the economy development of the world's leading countries, it is proved by the increasing contribution into the economic growth of these countries made by the innovative sector. In the world innovative...
Money, Inflation and the Arab Spring in Bahrain
1. Introduction This paper investigates money and inflation in the Kingdom of Bahrain with a focus on the period of the Arab Spring (AS), 2011-13, to determine the effects of social unrest on general and relative prices. The amount of research on...
Peculiarities of Implementation of the Results of Actors' Solving of Political Tasks
1. Introduction A politics maker is any person, who is somehow involved in it. It is the peculiarities of thinking of a political person (hereinafter will be referred to as actor) that our research is devoted to. The effectiveness of political activity...
The Role of the Servant Leadership on the Relation between Ethical Climate Perception and Innovative Work
1. Introduction Globalization and sudden changes in technology forced enterprises to adopt contemporary management approaches in order to gain a sustainable competitive advantage. Moreover, human factors emerged as a managerial instrument of maintenance...
Utilization of Customer Satisfaction Measurement in Czech Tourism
1. Introduction Various methods of customer satisfaction measurement have been used for two last decades in companies as well as in non-profit organizations. In the area of tourism there are not so often used, even though tourist destinations use...
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